What is Pay-Per-Mile Insurance?

If you have a car but don’t use it frequently, you might benefit from a pay-per-mile car insurance program to save on your insurance premiums. That’s because insurance companies base their rates on risk, and the less you drive, the lower your risk generally is of getting in an accident.

Some of the reasons you might be a low-mileage driver could include, but are not limited to, any of the following:[1]

  • You’re a retired senior citizen and don’t need to drive as much as you used to
  • You take the bus, ride a bicycle, walk to work, or work from home
  • You carpool with others, thus reducing the number of miles you drive
  • You have a second vehicle that you use for running errands so you put fewer miles on your primary car

Any of these reasons might be lowering the miles you’re logging. It could be worthwhile … Read more

Bitcoin Price Prediction: BTC/USD Embarks on a Recovery as the Price Touches $8,986

Bitcoin (BTC) Price Prediction – May 2

BTC/USD is on track for having a second bullish day in a row as the bulls took the price up from $8,600 to $8,986.

BTC/USD Long-term Trend: Bullish (Daily Chart)

Key levels:

Resistance Levels: $10,300, $10,500, $10,700

Support Levels: $7,500, $7,300, $7,100

BTCUSD – Daily Chart

The bulls are intentional about finding higher support for BTC/USD. This battle comes after the coin tried and failed to extend gains past $9,442 which happens to be the last month high. The Bitcoin price is back under $9,000 and currently exchanging hands at $8,966. More so, the coin is also seen trading above the 9-day and 21-day moving averages.

Meanwhile, as long as the 9-day remains above the 21-day MAs, traders can expect BTC to consolidate at higher levels. That’s if we could see a further climb above the $9,000 which is fast approaching; it … Read more

Put Extra Time at Home to Good Use with Seasonal Maintenance


a roof of a house with text "inspect the roof"
a man on a ladder with text "clean the gutters"
a hose with text "check outdoor faucets"
a couple sitting in the living room with text "have your air conditioner checked"
a lawn with text "sharpen your lawnmower blades"
a woman sitting in the yard with text "level the yard"
people sitting outside with text "check your outdoor furniture"
corn on a grill with text "clean the grill"
people sitting around a fire pit with text "get the fire pit ready"

 

 

Home maintenance is an ongoing process. From raking leaves and replacing shingles to cleaning disposals and replacing batteries in smoke detectors, there’s always something to take care of. And since many of us are spending more time than usual at home right now, this may be a good opportunity to tackle some of these important tasks.

The following home maintenance checklist has items you can tackle now and throughout the year to keep your home running smoothly.

Spring home maintenance tips

You may be ready to enjoy the warm spring weather, but is your home? Before it gets too hot out focus on outside tasks, including:

Do an exterior inspection

Take an afternoon to look at your house closely and carefully. Take a notebook and pen with you to write down any damage you see. Check the:

  • Yard for pooling water
  • Siding and
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